Texas Peach Cobbler

Texas Peach Cobbler

Texas Peach Cobbler

Summertime in the Lone Star State and time for a tasty annual summer treat, Texas Peach Cobbler! Fresh peaches, especially Fredericksburg and Stonewall peaches are truly yummy! Peach season is currently in full bloom in these two Texas Hill Country towns. Due to all the rain during this growing season, the peach crop is especially good.
You’ll be hard pressed to find BBQ in Texas during summertime not followed up with a homemade Texas peach cobbler. Texas Peach Cobbler is deliciously sweet! A combination of syrupy pudding and biscuity cake tantalize the taste buds. Vanilla ice cream, preferably Bluebell, adds a creamy balance to the sweetness of Texas peach cobbler.
In the U.S., cobbler is a dessert consisting of fruit filling poured into a large baking dish over batter that rises through when baking. Cobbler was known in the United States from at least the early 19th century, and peach cobbler was known soon after that. Many southern states serve peach cobbler (something more like a peach pie), but Texas peach cobbler contains real Texas peaches. Texas Peach Cobbler has been famous since about 1900.
Listed below is a classic recipe version of this yummy summertime Texas dessert.

Texas Peach Cobbler
4 tablespoons margarine
15 to 20 ounces sliced peaches
1 cup sugar, divided
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup milk
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place margarine in baking dish and melt in oven. In a medium saucepan, heat peaches, 1/2 cup sugar and water until sugar dissolves. Bring to a boil. In a medium bowl, combine flour, baking powder, salt, remaining 1/2 cup sugar and milk; stir until smooth. Remove baking dish from oven when margarine has melted. Add flour mixture, then peach mixture. Bake 20 to 30 minutes. Crust will rise to the top and brown.
Texas Is It! An awesome place to live, work, and play! And eat yummy Texas Peach Cobbler!

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